Hong Kong stocks plunge to level not seen since 2016 as worries grow world is falling into recession over coronavirus
- Global death toll rises to more than 14,500
- US Congress working on US$1.8 trillion stimulus plan in anticipation of huge job losses
Good morning, traders --
The Hang Seng had another 1,000-plus point fall, ending down nearly 5 per cent. China stocks fell as well.
Catch up on the day's action below.
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